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Public Safety

We are committed to working with our Local Authorities to keep members of the public informed of any issues in respect of the Range which may affect them.

Local residents, businesses and visitors to the area need to be aware of the hazardous nature of activities conducted on the Range. They are strongly advised to familiarise themselves with the restrictions imposed regarding access and health and safety.

Information for Mariners

Mariners information on the Cardigan Bay Danger Area.

Information for Pilots

Due to the hazardous nature of the work carried out at MOD Aberporth, an Air Danger Area is established by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) around Cardigan Bay and West Wales, when any of the Ranges D201, D201A, D201B, D201C, D201D, D201E, D202, D202A, D202B or D202C are active.

Unidentified Objects

The MOD Aberporth Range Byelaws state that; no person shall dig, trawl, dredge or search for any projectile, or any lead, or other metal in or on the Danger Area.

Advance Alert Service

We introduced an Advance Alert Service which provides advance notice of activities which may be more perceptible to you from time to time.